Please set up the identity of your VM, as depicted in the following screen.
In order to create a new Auth Method that will be able to authenticate using Azure Active Directory credentials, run the following command in your terminal, with the relevant parameters enabled.
$ akeyless create-auth-method-azure-ad
Auth Method name
Access expiration date in Unix timestamp (select 0 for access without expiry date)
A CIDR whitelist of the IPs that the access is restricted to
The Azure tenant id that the access is restricted to
The URL to the JSON Web Key Set (JWKS) that contains the public keys that should be used to verify any JSON Web Token (JWT) issued by the authorization server
The audience in the JWT
A list of service principal IDs that the access is restricted to
A list of group ids that the access is restricted to
A list of subscription ids that the access is restricted to
A list of resource groups that the access is restricted to
A list of resource providers that the access is restricted to (e.g, Microsoft.Compute, Microsoft.ManagedIdentity, etc)
A list of resource types that the access is restricted to (e.g, virtualMachines, userAssignedIdentities, etc)
A list of resource names that the access is restricted to (e.g, a virtual machine name, scale set name, etc).
A list of full resource ids that the access is restricted to
In order to create a new Azure Active Directory authentication credentials, go to Auth Methods tab, click on new and select Azure AD.
For authentication with cloud-id please refer here.
Updated about a year ago